Easy to Vox ToneLab ST
I can't say enough about the Vox ToneLab ST. Our church purchased a new sound system (PreSonus StudioLive 24.4.2). They want to clear the stage of Amps and run everything through system. So this mean parking my tube amp and plugging my Lespaul directly to the board. This is something that I really did not want to do but I am willing to give it a try. I started rearching effect pedals and stomp boxes and was getting very frustrated. I purchased a Boss ME 70 at Guitar Center and took it back after 2 days. I am not a tech guy and got frustrated very quickly trying to figure out how the ME 70 worked. It might be fine for some young kid who has plenty of time to sit with it and attempt to figure out the gazilloions settings. I ended up calling Sweetwater and spoke with a knowledgable sales engineer named Zach. I explained to him my what I was trying to accomplish and he gave me good choices on how to proceed. I ended up buying the Vox ToneLab ST and have not at all been disappointed with the choice. This unit is very easy to use and I had it pretty much figured out in a few day. It comes with 100 preset effects. 50 effect I was able to tweak to my liking. I also was able to very easily set up my on effects from scratch. The Vox ToneLab is tube driven and I was able to duplicate the sound of my amp. There are 33 amps and cabinets to choose from. It also will interfaces with your computer if you have recording software. This was a great purchase thanks to the help of Sweetwater and Zach. You will not be disappointed with the ToneLab ST or the great sales engineers at Sweetwater.